Images: Nonlethal Techniques, Ethics Key to Successful Border Operations - Classes Show Substitute for Trigger Time: Hand to Hand [Image 5 of 5]
Photo by Sgt. Geoffrey Ingersoll
Iraqi border police practice detainee search techniques, Oct. 20, 2008, while 1st Lt. Andrew R. Scheuer, adviser, Border Transition Team 4222 keeps a watchful eye. Scheuer, 26, Westlake, Ohio, and other Marine advisers spent Oct. 20, 2008, teaching desert wolves not to bite. The "Desert Wolves," 2nd Iraqi Border Police Battalion, 5 Brigade, 2nd Division attended nonlethal measures and detainee ethics and handling courses. Lectures covered correct physical and ethical treatment of suspected law breakers. At the end of the lectures, instructors posed hypothetical situations to students, opened the floor for suggested courses of action, and critiqued each course of action. Advisers also demonstrated proper detainee handling techniques, and then tested each student's comprehension of those techniques. Marine Corps Martial Arts capped the classes with some basic self-defense techniques.
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Date Posted:10.23.2008 14:11
Location:BORDER FORT NINE, IQ